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here is the log from the commit of package kfilemetadata5 for openSUSE:Factory 
checked in at 2020-09-18 14:39:45
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Comparing /work/SRC/openSUSE:Factory/kfilemetadata5 (Old)
 and      /work/SRC/openSUSE:Factory/.kfilemetadata5.new.4249 (New)
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Package is "kfilemetadata5"

Fri Sep 18 14:39:45 2020 rev:88 rq:834403 version:5.74.0

Changes:
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--- /work/SRC/openSUSE:Factory/kfilemetadata5/kfilemetadata5.changes    
2020-08-12 12:27:50.524163812 +0200
+++ /work/SRC/openSUSE:Factory/.kfilemetadata5.new.4249/kfilemetadata5.changes  
2020-09-18 14:40:37.175960533 +0200
@@ -1,0 +2,14 @@
+Sun Sep  6 12:49:20 UTC 2020 - Christophe Giboudeaux <christo...@krop.fr>
+
+- Update to 5.74.0
+  * New feature release
+  * For more details please see:
+  * https://kde.org/announcements/kde-frameworks-5.74.0
+- Changes since 5.73.0:
+  * Add missing include for OpenBSD
+  * Use Q_DECLARE_OPERATORS_FOR_FLAGS in same namespace as flags definition
+  * Convert old Mac line endings in lyrics tags (kde#425563)
+  * Remove obsolete COPYING files
+  * Port to ECM new FindTaglib module
+
+-------------------------------------------------------------------

Old:
----
  kfilemetadata-5.73.0.tar.xz
  kfilemetadata-5.73.0.tar.xz.sig

New:
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  kfilemetadata-5.74.0.tar.xz
  kfilemetadata-5.74.0.tar.xz.sig

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Other differences:
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++++++ kfilemetadata5.spec ++++++
--- /var/tmp/diff_new_pack.S8ktKd/_old  2020-09-18 14:40:38.767961953 +0200
+++ /var/tmp/diff_new_pack.S8ktKd/_new  2020-09-18 14:40:38.771961957 +0200
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
 #
 
 
-%define _tar_path 5.73
+%define _tar_path 5.74
 # Full KF5 version (e.g. 5.33.0)
 %{!?_kf5_version: %global _kf5_version %{version}}
 # Last major and minor KF5 version (e.g. 5.33)
@@ -24,7 +24,7 @@
 %bcond_without ffmpeg
 %bcond_without lang
 Name:           kfilemetadata5
-Version:        5.73.0
+Version:        5.74.0
 Release:        0
 Summary:        Library for extracting Metadata
 License:        GPL-2.0-or-later AND LGPL-2.1-or-later AND LGPL-3.0-only


++++++ kfilemetadata-5.73.0.tar.xz -> kfilemetadata-5.74.0.tar.xz ++++++
diff -urN '--exclude=CVS' '--exclude=.cvsignore' '--exclude=.svn' 
'--exclude=.svnignore' old/kfilemetadata-5.73.0/CMakeLists.txt 
new/kfilemetadata-5.74.0/CMakeLists.txt
--- old/kfilemetadata-5.73.0/CMakeLists.txt     2020-08-01 21:46:26.000000000 
+0200
+++ new/kfilemetadata-5.74.0/CMakeLists.txt     2020-09-06 12:24:07.000000000 
+0200
@@ -1,11 +1,11 @@
 cmake_minimum_required(VERSION 3.5)
 
-set(KF5_VERSION "5.73.0") # handled by release scripts
-set(KF5_DEP_VERSION "5.73.0") # handled by release scripts
+set(KF5_VERSION "5.74.0") # handled by release scripts
+set(KF5_DEP_VERSION "5.74.0") # handled by release scripts
 project(KFileMetaData VERSION ${KF5_VERSION})
 
 include(FeatureSummary)
-find_package(ECM 5.73.0  NO_MODULE)
+find_package(ECM 5.74.0  NO_MODULE)
 set_package_properties(ECM PROPERTIES TYPE REQUIRED DESCRIPTION "Extra CMake 
Modules." URL "https://commits.kde.org/extra-cmake-modules";)
 feature_summary(WHAT REQUIRED_PACKAGES_NOT_FOUND 
FATAL_ON_MISSING_REQUIRED_PACKAGES)
 
@@ -65,8 +65,8 @@
                        PURPOSE "Support for PDF files")
 
 find_package(Taglib 1.11.1)
-set_package_properties(Taglib PROPERTIES DESCRIPTION "Id3 tag reader"
-                       URL "https://taglib.org/"; TYPE OPTIONAL
+set_package_properties(Taglib PROPERTIES
+                       TYPE OPTIONAL
                        PURPOSE "Support for music metadata")
 
 find_package(LibExiv2 0.21)
@@ -117,7 +117,7 @@
                        )
 
 add_definitions(-DQT_DISABLE_DEPRECATED_BEFORE=0x050d00)
-add_definitions(-DKF_DISABLE_DEPRECATED_BEFORE_AND_AT=0x054700)
+add_definitions(-DKF_DISABLE_DEPRECATED_BEFORE_AND_AT=0x054900)
 add_definitions(-DTRANSLATION_DOMAIN=\"kfilemetadata5\")
 add_definitions(-DQT_NO_FOREACH)
 add_subdirectory(src)
diff -urN '--exclude=CVS' '--exclude=.cvsignore' '--exclude=.svn' 
'--exclude=.svnignore' old/kfilemetadata-5.73.0/COPYING.LGPL-2 
new/kfilemetadata-5.74.0/COPYING.LGPL-2
--- old/kfilemetadata-5.73.0/COPYING.LGPL-2     2020-08-01 21:46:26.000000000 
+0200
+++ new/kfilemetadata-5.74.0/COPYING.LGPL-2     1970-01-01 01:00:00.000000000 
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diff -urN '--exclude=CVS' '--exclude=.cvsignore' '--exclude=.svn' 
'--exclude=.svnignore' old/kfilemetadata-5.73.0/autotests/CMakeLists.txt 
new/kfilemetadata-5.74.0/autotests/CMakeLists.txt
--- old/kfilemetadata-5.73.0/autotests/CMakeLists.txt   2020-08-01 
21:46:26.000000000 +0200
+++ new/kfilemetadata-5.74.0/autotests/CMakeLists.txt   2020-09-06 
12:24:07.000000000 +0200
@@ -133,18 +133,16 @@
 #
 # TagLib
 #
-if(TAGLIB_FOUND)
+if(Taglib_FOUND)
     kde_enable_exceptions()
     ecm_add_test(taglibextractortest.cpp ../src/extractors/taglibextractor.cpp 
${KfileMetaDataAutotest_SRCS}
         TEST_NAME "taglibextractortest"
-        LINK_LIBRARIES Qt5::Test KF5::FileMetaData ${TAGLIB_LIBRARIES}
+        LINK_LIBRARIES Qt5::Test KF5::FileMetaData Taglib::Taglib
     )
-    target_include_directories(taglibextractortest SYSTEM PRIVATE 
${TAGLIB_INCLUDES})
     ecm_add_test(embeddedimagedatatest.cpp
         TEST_NAME "embeddedimagedatatest"
-        LINK_LIBRARIES Qt5::Test KF5::FileMetaData ${TAGLIB_LIBRARIES}
+        LINK_LIBRARIES Qt5::Test KF5::FileMetaData Taglib::Taglib
     )
-    target_include_directories(embeddedimagedatatest SYSTEM PRIVATE 
${TAGLIB_INCLUDES})
 endif()
 
 
@@ -170,7 +168,7 @@
         LINK_LIBRARIES Qt5::Test KF5::FileMetaData
 )
 
-if(TAGLIB_FOUND)
+if(Taglib_FOUND)
     set(writercollection_SRCS
         writercollectiontest.cpp
     )
@@ -244,13 +242,12 @@
 #
 # TagLib
 #
-if(TAGLIB_FOUND)
+if(Taglib_FOUND)
     kde_enable_exceptions()
     ecm_add_test(taglibwritertest.cpp ../src/writers/taglibwriter.cpp 
${KfileMetaDataAutotest_SRCS}
         TEST_NAME "taglibwritertest"
-        LINK_LIBRARIES Qt5::Test KF5::FileMetaData ${TAGLIB_LIBRARIES}
+        LINK_LIBRARIES Qt5::Test KF5::FileMetaData Taglib::Taglib
     )
-    target_include_directories(taglibwritertest SYSTEM PRIVATE 
${TAGLIB_INCLUDES})
 endif()
 
 if(PYTHONINTERP_FOUND)
diff -urN '--exclude=CVS' '--exclude=.cvsignore' '--exclude=.svn' 
'--exclude=.svnignore' old/kfilemetadata-5.73.0/cmake/FindTaglib.cmake 
new/kfilemetadata-5.74.0/cmake/FindTaglib.cmake
--- old/kfilemetadata-5.73.0/cmake/FindTaglib.cmake     2020-08-01 
21:46:26.000000000 +0200
+++ new/kfilemetadata-5.74.0/cmake/FindTaglib.cmake     1970-01-01 
01:00:00.000000000 +0100
@@ -1,66 +0,0 @@
-# - Try to find the Taglib library
-# Once done this will define
-#
-#  TAGLIB_FOUND - system has the taglib library
-#  TAGLIB_INCLUDES - the taglib includes
-#  TAGLIB_LIBRARIES - The libraries needed to use taglib
-
-# SPDX-FileCopyrightText: 2006 Laurent Montel <mon...@kde.org>
-# SPDX-License-Identifier: BSD-3-Clause
-
-if(NOT TAGLIB_MIN_VERSION)
-  set(TAGLIB_MIN_VERSION "1.4")
-endif(NOT TAGLIB_MIN_VERSION)
-
-if(NOT WIN32 AND NOT ANDROID)
-    find_program(TAGLIBCONFIG_EXECUTABLE NAMES taglib-config PATHS
-       ${BIN_INSTALL_DIR}
-    )
-endif()
-
-#reset vars
-set(TAGLIB_LIBRARIES)
-set(TAGLIB_CFLAGS)
-
-# if taglib-config has been found
-if(TAGLIBCONFIG_EXECUTABLE)
-
-  exec_program(${TAGLIBCONFIG_EXECUTABLE} ARGS --version RETURN_VALUE 
_return_VALUE OUTPUT_VARIABLE TAGLIB_VERSION)
-
-  exec_program(${TAGLIBCONFIG_EXECUTABLE} ARGS --libs RETURN_VALUE 
_return_VALUE OUTPUT_VARIABLE TAGLIB_LIBRARIES)
-
-  exec_program(${TAGLIBCONFIG_EXECUTABLE} ARGS --cflags RETURN_VALUE 
_return_VALUE OUTPUT_VARIABLE TAGLIB_CFLAGS)
-  string(REGEX REPLACE " *-I" ";" TAGLIB_INCLUDES "${TAGLIB_CFLAGS}")
-
-  include(FindPackageHandleStandardArgs)
-  find_package_handle_standard_args(Taglib FOUND_VAR TAGLIB_FOUND
-                                    REQUIRED_VARS TAGLIB_LIBRARIES 
TAGLIB_INCLUDES
-                                    VERSION_VAR TAGLIB_VERSION)
-  mark_as_advanced(TAGLIB_CFLAGS TAGLIB_LIBRARIES TAGLIB_INCLUDES)
-
-else(TAGLIBCONFIG_EXECUTABLE)
-
-  include(FindLibraryWithDebug)
-  include(FindPackageHandleStandardArgs)
-
-  find_path(TAGLIB_INCLUDES
-    NAMES
-    tag.h
-    PATH_SUFFIXES taglib
-    PATHS
-    ${KDE4_INCLUDE_DIR}
-    ${INCLUDE_INSTALL_DIR}
-  )
-
-  find_library_with_debug(TAGLIB_LIBRARIES
-    WIN32_DEBUG_POSTFIX d
-    NAMES tag
-    PATHS
-    ${KDE4_LIB_DIR}
-    ${LIB_INSTALL_DIR}
-  )
-
-  include(FindPackageHandleStandardArgs)
-  find_package_handle_standard_args(Taglib DEFAULT_MSG
-                                    TAGLIB_INCLUDES TAGLIB_LIBRARIES)
-endif(TAGLIBCONFIG_EXECUTABLE)
diff -urN '--exclude=CVS' '--exclude=.cvsignore' '--exclude=.svn' 
'--exclude=.svnignore' old/kfilemetadata-5.73.0/po/zh_CN/kfilemetadata5.po 
new/kfilemetadata-5.74.0/po/zh_CN/kfilemetadata5.po
--- old/kfilemetadata-5.73.0/po/zh_CN/kfilemetadata5.po 2020-08-01 
21:46:26.000000000 +0200
+++ new/kfilemetadata-5.74.0/po/zh_CN/kfilemetadata5.po 2020-09-06 
12:24:07.000000000 +0200
@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@
 "Project-Id-Version: kdeorg\n"
 "Report-Msgid-Bugs-To: https://bugs.kde.org\n";
 "POT-Creation-Date: 2020-06-09 02:02+0200\n"
-"PO-Revision-Date: 2020-07-31 15:01\n"
+"PO-Revision-Date: 2020-09-05 05:17\n"
 "Last-Translator: \n"
 "Language-Team: Chinese Simplified\n"
 "Language: zh_CN\n"
diff -urN '--exclude=CVS' '--exclude=.cvsignore' '--exclude=.svn' 
'--exclude=.svnignore' old/kfilemetadata-5.73.0/src/CMakeLists.txt 
new/kfilemetadata-5.74.0/src/CMakeLists.txt
--- old/kfilemetadata-5.73.0/src/CMakeLists.txt 2020-08-01 21:46:26.000000000 
+0200
+++ new/kfilemetadata-5.74.0/src/CMakeLists.txt 2020-09-06 12:24:07.000000000 
+0200
@@ -28,7 +28,7 @@
     )
 
 
-if(TAGLIB_FOUND)
+if(Taglib_FOUND)
     set(KF5FileMetaData_SRCS
         ${KF5FileMetaData_SRCS}
         embeddedimagedata.cpp
@@ -49,12 +49,10 @@
     KF5::CoreAddons
 )
 
-if(TAGLIB_FOUND)
-    target_include_directories(KF5FileMetaData SYSTEM PRIVATE 
${TAGLIB_INCLUDES})
-
+if(Taglib_FOUND)
     target_link_libraries(KF5FileMetaData
         PRIVATE
-        ${TAGLIB_LIBRARIES}
+        Taglib::Taglib
     )
 endif()
 
diff -urN '--exclude=CVS' '--exclude=.cvsignore' '--exclude=.svn' 
'--exclude=.svnignore' old/kfilemetadata-5.73.0/src/extractionresult.h 
new/kfilemetadata-5.74.0/src/extractionresult.h
--- old/kfilemetadata-5.73.0/src/extractionresult.h     2020-08-01 
21:46:26.000000000 +0200
+++ new/kfilemetadata-5.74.0/src/extractionresult.h     2020-09-06 
12:24:07.000000000 +0200
@@ -110,8 +110,8 @@
     Private* d;
 };
 
-}
+Q_DECLARE_OPERATORS_FOR_FLAGS(ExtractionResult::Flags)
 
-Q_DECLARE_OPERATORS_FOR_FLAGS(KFileMetaData::ExtractionResult::Flags)
+}
 
 #endif // _KFILEMETADATA_EXTRACTIONRESULT_H
diff -urN '--exclude=CVS' '--exclude=.cvsignore' '--exclude=.svn' 
'--exclude=.svnignore' old/kfilemetadata-5.73.0/src/extractors/CMakeLists.txt 
new/kfilemetadata-5.74.0/src/extractors/CMakeLists.txt
--- old/kfilemetadata-5.73.0/src/extractors/CMakeLists.txt      2020-08-01 
21:46:26.000000000 +0200
+++ new/kfilemetadata-5.74.0/src/extractors/CMakeLists.txt      2020-09-06 
12:24:07.000000000 +0200
@@ -15,12 +15,11 @@
 
 endif()
 
-if(TAGLIB_FOUND)
+if(Taglib_FOUND)
     add_library(kfilemetadata_taglibextractor MODULE taglibextractor.cpp 
${debug_SRCS})
-    target_include_directories(kfilemetadata_taglibextractor SYSTEM PRIVATE 
${TAGLIB_INCLUDES})
     target_link_libraries( kfilemetadata_taglibextractor
         KF5::FileMetaData
-        ${TAGLIB_LIBRARIES}
+        Taglib::Taglib
     )
 
     set_target_properties(kfilemetadata_taglibextractor PROPERTIES 
LIBRARY_OUTPUT_DIRECTORY "${CMAKE_BINARY_DIR}/bin/kf5/kfilemetadata")
diff -urN '--exclude=CVS' '--exclude=.cvsignore' '--exclude=.svn' 
'--exclude=.svnignore' 
old/kfilemetadata-5.73.0/src/extractors/taglibextractor.cpp 
new/kfilemetadata-5.74.0/src/extractors/taglibextractor.cpp
--- old/kfilemetadata-5.73.0/src/extractors/taglibextractor.cpp 2020-08-01 
21:46:26.000000000 +0200
+++ new/kfilemetadata-5.74.0/src/extractors/taglibextractor.cpp 2020-09-06 
12:24:07.000000000 +0200
@@ -142,7 +142,7 @@
         result->add(Property::Compilation, 
TStringToQString(savedProperties["COMPILATION"].toString()).trimmed());
     }
     if (savedProperties.contains("LYRICS")) {
-        result->add(Property::Lyrics, 
TStringToQString(savedProperties["LYRICS"].toString()).trimmed());
+        result->add(Property::Lyrics, 
TStringToQString(savedProperties["LYRICS"].toString()).trimmed().replace(QLatin1Char('\r'),
 QLatin1Char('\n'))); // Convert old Mac line endings
     }
     if (savedProperties.contains("ARTIST")) {
         const auto artists = savedProperties["ARTIST"];
diff -urN '--exclude=CVS' '--exclude=.cvsignore' '--exclude=.svn' 
'--exclude=.svnignore' old/kfilemetadata-5.73.0/src/writers/CMakeLists.txt 
new/kfilemetadata-5.74.0/src/writers/CMakeLists.txt
--- old/kfilemetadata-5.73.0/src/writers/CMakeLists.txt 2020-08-01 
21:46:26.000000000 +0200
+++ new/kfilemetadata-5.74.0/src/writers/CMakeLists.txt 2020-09-06 
12:24:07.000000000 +0200
@@ -1,10 +1,9 @@
-if(TAGLIB_FOUND)
+if(Taglib_FOUND)
     add_library(kfilemetadata_taglibwriter MODULE taglibwriter.cpp 
${debug_SRCS})
-    target_include_directories(kfilemetadata_taglibwriter SYSTEM PRIVATE 
${TAGLIB_INCLUDES})
 
     target_link_libraries( kfilemetadata_taglibwriter
         KF5::FileMetaData
-        ${TAGLIB_LIBRARIES}
+        Taglib::Taglib
     )
 
     set_target_properties(kfilemetadata_taglibwriter PROPERTIES 
LIBRARY_OUTPUT_DIRECTORY "${CMAKE_BINARY_DIR}/bin/kf5/kfilemetadata/writers")
diff -urN '--exclude=CVS' '--exclude=.cvsignore' '--exclude=.svn' 
'--exclude=.svnignore' old/kfilemetadata-5.73.0/src/xattr_p.h 
new/kfilemetadata-5.74.0/src/xattr_p.h
--- old/kfilemetadata-5.73.0/src/xattr_p.h      2020-08-01 21:46:26.000000000 
+0200
+++ new/kfilemetadata-5.74.0/src/xattr_p.h      2020-09-06 12:24:07.000000000 
+0200
@@ -34,6 +34,8 @@
 #include <sys/types.h>
 #include <sys/extattr.h>
 #include <errno.h>
+#elif defined(Q_OS_OPENBSD)
+#include <errno.h>
 #elif defined(Q_OS_WIN)
 #include <windows.h>
 #define ssize_t SSIZE_T


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